Chris Young hit his first home run this spring and also singled as a split squad of New York Mets tied the Minnesota Twins 3-all Saturday.
Jarrod Saltalamacchia homered off Zack Wheeler, lifting the Miami Marlins to a 1-0 victory over the New York Mets on Friday night.
Bad news for the New York Mets. Pitching coach Dan Warthen has been revealed as a thought criminal for having used a word that for reasons known only to the Inner Party has been deleted from the Newspeak Dictionary. It isn’t easy toShow More Summary
The New York Mets sent down many of their top prospects earlier this week, but many made an impression that should excite fans moving forward. Many have lauded the Mets farm system this offseason for having high-end prospects such as Noah Syndergaard, Travis d’Arnaud and Rafael Montero. Show More Summary
The New York Mets open the 2014 regular season on March 31 against the Washington Nationals. With spring training in full swing, the coaching staff is currently evaluating who can help them reach their goal of making the playoffs and who can’t. New York is 6-7 through 13 Grapefruit League games. Show More Summary
Daisuke Matsuzaka and Ross Detwiler stated their cases for jobs as No. 5 starters as the New York Mets beat the Washington Nationals 7-5 on Thursday.
A derogatory term overheard by a reporter in the New York Mets locker room raises questions.
It is hard for players to have breakout performance in as small a sample as two weeks, but the New York Mets’ have already had some noteworthy performances this spring training. Statistics from just two weeks mean very little, but certain Mets players have exhibited noticeable strides from last season. Show More Summary
In the New York Mets locker room, an old slur resurfaces.
Kolten Wong hit a two-run homer for the second straight day, and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the New York Mets 6-4 Wednesday.
Legend not for the squeamish: Did former New York Mets outfielder Kevin Mitchell cut the head off his girlfriend's cat with a knife?
Juan Lagares is battling Eric Young Jr. for the third spot in the New York Mets outfield. Opening Day is three weeks away, and manager Terry Collins is not sure which outfielder he wants in the everyday lineup. Lagares has vast range in center field and a cannon of an arm. Show More Summary
As the New York Mets near the midway point of spring training, it's crunch time for certain players vying for a spot on the team's Opening Day roster. This is their time to impress. This is their time to shine. Before it's too late. Let's...Show More Summary
Mr. Met, the mascot of baseball’s New York Mets, joined Twitter Monday. But instead of it being a happy, proud moment, the occasion allowed other MLB mascots to hit on Mr. Met’s “wife,” Mrs. Met. Sluggerrr, the Kansas City Royals mascot, wondered why Mrs. Met...
Jon Niese struggled in his first spring start that was delayed by shoulder trouble, allowing four runs in two innings of the New York Mets' 9-8 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday.
Apparently players aren’t the only people preparing for the Major League Baseball season at Spring Training games right now. Yesterday, a fan in the outfield grass at the New York Mets and Miami Marlins game showed that he’s in regular season careless dad form, as he let go of his kid’s wagon cart to go after a foul ball.
A Miami Marlins fan was officially eliminated from the "Father of the Year" race this week after he ditched his son while trying to chase down a baseball that bounced over the fence during a spring training game. When New York Mets outfielder...Show More Summary
When Kansas City Royals mascot Sluggerrr discovered that his New York Mets counterpart, Mr. Met, had joined Twitter, Sluggerrr decided to have a little fun by posting a picture with Mr. Met's wife. We've seen mascots playfully fight,...Show More Summary
Yesterday we introduced you to the underwhelming @MrMet Twitter account, your social media destination for a guy who loves the New York Mets and also has a baseball for a head. His initial tweets were just, “hey, I’m on Twitter,” and we worried that it was all a scam. “This can’t really be Mr. Met,” we opined.
The New York Mets' creatively named mascot, Mr. Met, joined Twitter Monday, and if his early digital musings are any indication, he's as bad at utilizing social media as the Mets are at playing baseball. Uio’m ion ryTwittesr! pic.twitter.com/2u2TKwK5hd — Mr. Show More Summary